Gen X at 40

Canada's Favorite Blog

Comments

Comments are locked. No additional comments may be posted.

Cynthia King -

Same boat here. And the reason I happened upon your blog post is because I saw it on Facebook, where most of my online fraternizing takes place. I still have my blog but it definitely does not get the attention it once received. I miss those days.
Glad to hear you are still writing Alan.

Craig Willson -

History of Albany? Interested I am. Include the Robbie Burns statue in Washington Park please. It is where I .... Oh never mind.

Alan -

History of Albany brewing, Craig. I sorta rediscovered that it was the biggest ale brewing centre in the mid-1800s in the US. Then a few folks there got involved and now we are doing this sorta thing.

Craig Willson -

Very cool Al. I have not been back in Albany since 1988 and makes me want to wander through again. I hope to be in Glens Falls later this month so I might just make it. Indian Lake and North Creek are on the itenery this time so not sure.

Paul -

These things come and go in waves I find. Wall to wall excitement would cause spontaneous combustion I suspect :-)

Hans -

I was telling my grandkids about the old days on the internet before texting, sexting and ubiquitous handheld interfacing.

ry -

I.e. you've moved onto other hobbies which are of more interest to you.

Cool. Very.

Take care. ;)

Alan -

No, this is tripping along slowly. At the speed of lettuce.

ry -

Where's the like button again?

ry -

Where's the like button again?

portland -

I miss this blog. ahhh well.

Alan -

Bear with me. I am warming up the coal fired generators.